bbc.co.uk 3 hours ago
The reason we struggle to recall memories from our early childhood is down to high levels of neuron production during the first years of life, say Canadian researchers.
boston.com 9 hours ago
Are distracting smartphones making us more stupid? New research suggests that could be the case. A Harvard art professor thinks she has a cure: Get students to stare at a painting for three hours.
theblaze.com 3 hours ago
Technology is moving at an astronomical rate, and it's changing the way we interact with the rest of the world...
news.yahoo.com 6 hours ago
When she was 32, Wendy Drabick opened her own IT and accounting consulting business and started paying health insurance premiums for herself and her family, now a hefty $1,100 every month...
bodyodd.nbcnews.com 8 hours ago
Scientists -- and parents -- have long wondered why we don’t remember anything that happened before age 3...
oregonlive.com 5 hours ago
More than 4,600 people have signed up on Facebook to attend the march in Northeast Portland's Lloyd District. In Eugene, nearly 1,600 are expected, and almost 800 have pledged to march in Medford.
today.com 23 May
Children need a full hour of exercise in schools every day, and not just in physical education classes, the Institute of Medicine ...
sacbee.com 3 hours ago
Q: I had colon cancer and have had trouble buying health insurance ever since. Under Obamacare, will insurance companies still be allowed to refuse me because of my medical history?
cbsnews.com 9 hours ago
Erica Nigrelli gave birth via C-section after her heart stopped, but she was later revived
news.yahoo.com 6 hours ago
Millions of people who suffer from depression believe their antidepressants help them...
bizjournals.com 10 hours ago
A local version of a star-studded evening took place last night at the Montelucia...
news.yahoo.com 4 hours ago
By Ronnie Cohen (Reuters) - Federal authorities approved a Nevada hospital's proposal on Friday for correcting deficiencies that led to newly discharged psychiatric patients being bused out of state...
news.yahoo.com 8 hours ago
By Phil Stewart WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A long-growing backlog of U.S. military veterans' disability claims, which has stoked congressional anger, has dipped in recent weeks, however tentatively...
nzherald.co.nz 12 hours ago
Trying to lose weight and keep it off for good? You're doomed to failure, says Massey University's Dr Andrew Dickson.
latimes.com 17 hours ago
Amid anxiety over rising costs from the federal healthcare law, California received better-than-expected insurance rates for a new state-run marketplace, but many consumers still won't be spared from...
well.blogs.nytimes.com 23 May
Nearly 23 years after the Americans With Disabilities Act went into effect, patients with disabilities continue to receive inadequate medical care — and many cannot even get a doctor’s appointment.
healthland.time.com 13 hours ago
Taking your first drink in your early teens may put you at greater risk of developing alcohol problems later on, according to new research...
news.yahoo.com 23 May
By Genevra Pittman NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who had used marijuana in the past month had smaller waists and lower levels of insulin resistance - a diabetes precursor - than those who never...
wcvb.com 5 hours ago
A trauma surgeon who ran in this year's Boston Marathon and then helped treat victims of the bombing at Massachusetts General Hospital was in New Hampshire on Friday telling his story.
foxnews.com 12 hours ago
SAN FRANCISCO Levels of a stress hormone released by the placenta could predict a woman's risk of developing postpartum depression, new research suggests
cbsnews.com 11 hours ago
People who drank one or more sugary cola drinks per day had a 23 percent higher risk of developing kidney stones than their counterparts
sciencedaily.com 9 hours ago
A pilot study shows driving while talking on a hands-free cellular device leads to more driving errors than driving alone.